As with almost all oven-baked breaded chicken I've tried, I have a hard time keeping the breaking to stick -- sticks to the pan moreso than the meat. The flavor was good though, so worthy of 4 stars.
Good tasting recipe. Fell just short of loving it. Really liked it though, so did the family. Tip: Save yourself some time and get the thighs without skin to start with (I spent about 20 mins skinning and trimming fat)
I agree with cuppycakes on Feb 17. These were so bland! I'm a great cook, so I'm pretty sure I didn't do any wrong. They just didn't have any flavor. Maybe the brand of ranch dressing is to blame, I don't know. They were just bad.
These were delicious, I used boneless chicken skinless thighs. Thank you!
I love all things ranch dressing so naturally I had to try this recipe. I am so glad that I did! And even better is that hubby (who is less than trilled when I make chicken for dinner) liked it too! Success! Thank you!
These were good. Nice and crispy because of the corn meal. My family loved them so I will definitely make them again. Thank you for a good recipe and so simple.
Easy, but needs more flavor.
This is a quick and easy meal and inexpensive too! I have added this to my regular rotation. I use boneless no skin thighs but am going to try skin on and some chicken legs this week because I think it would make them even more crispy. I was Thanks for sharing!
Used panko breadcrumbs, subbed grits for cornmeal and Good Seasons Italian Dressing mix for italian seasoning. Delicious and great reviews all around, even from my picky 5 and 7 year old children!
Overall, this was a disappointment. The chicken tasted good, and it should given that it's a chicken thigh covered in ranch dressing. But the breadcrumb coating wasn't crisp on the top like it should be. The bottom was far worse, being incredibly soggy. In moving the chicken out of the pan I lost the bottom parts entirely. This isn't even close to the crispness that frying imparts.